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Звание румынского офицера можно определить? И род войск?

 

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На аукционе продавалось ещё две фотографии. Может ли человек на моём фото и полковник на этих двух фотографиях быть одним и тем же человеком? Если да, то можно ли прочитать его имя и фамилию?

 

At auction been sold another two photos. Can person on my photo and colonel in these two photos to be one and the same person? If so, is it possible to read his name?

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На аукционе продавалось ещё две фотографии. Может ли человек на моём фото и полковник на этих двух фотографиях быть одним и тем же человеком? Если да, то можно ли прочитать его имя и фамилию?

 

At auction been sold another two photos. Can person on my photo and colonel in these two photos to be one and the same person? If so, is it possible to read his name?

 

On the first photo is written: Colonel Urzică Ion? / Jud.? Galați 1938

Second photo: Rodica? Lucia Galați 1938

 

He is a WW1 veteran wearing the Commemorative Cross with 5 battle clasps, seems to wear a M1934 uniform.

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Пока ещё друзья. Румынский и австро-венгерский офицеры с дамами. 19 мая 1912 г. г. Бухарест. Звание румынского офицера можно определить? И род войск?

 

The one left is a Sub-lieutenant wearing a M 1895 uniform and a M1893 officer's sword, he could be from infantry.

The one on the right is a austro-hungarian officer.

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Забавный момент. Два солдата - оба с разными ремнями. Одни с австро-венгерским, второй с российским, артиллерийским. Но почему то перевёрнутым. Возможно, взяли они этот инвентарь исключительно для съёмки. Но всё равно занятно.

 

This are M1921 uniforms (this is the year when the khaki uniforms were introduced), they also have a M1892 artillery dagger.

 

The Austro-ungarian and Russian buckles are actually very common in this period, many photos show the use mainly in the first half of the 1920s.

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Что можно сказать об этих кавалеристах. Фото №1 подписано на обороте. Можно ли прочитать надпись?

 

What can be said about these cavalrymen. Photo №1 signed on the back. Is it possible to read the inscription?

 

This are M1934 cavalry gala uniforms, first one is probably a Major the other a Lieutenant.

 

On the back: Costel Gheorghiu. tatăl -father of- (d???? ??m Popescu)

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5 фото Mircea Draghia - периода конца 1920-х – начала 1930-х гг.

5 photos of Mircea Draghia - of the late 1920s - early 1930s.

 

Photo 1. Bucharest, 16.01. 1929 If I understand correctly, in this photo Mircea Draghia - the 5th year student (?) Military Lyceum?

 

Yes, he is in the 5th year as a student at the military lyceum.

 

On the back its an inscription dedicated to his sister Viollete Drăghia who is in Paris. He is basically sing that he sends her a photo in the military uniform whom he loves very much.

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Фото 2 Тоже учащийся военного лицея? Что за белый шарф у него на шее?

Photo 2. The same military college student? What a white scarf around his neck?

 

Yes, the same one, the scarf was worn as a fashion accessory.

Bayonet is for the M1895 Mannlicher rifle, the NCO austro-hungarian model, probably a Romanian ww1 war capture.

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Фото 3-5 1933 г. Что можно сказать о звании и о роде войск?

Photos 3-5. 1933. What can you say about the military rank and combat arm?

 

In the first photo he wears the King Ferdinand officers cavalry school.

In the other two photos he is a cavalry Sub-lieutenant in a M1930 or M1934 gala uniform (actually the M1934 regulation describes the changes made between 1930 and 1934).

At the M1934 cap he wears insignia of the Regimentul 9 călăraşi ”Regina Mărioara a Iugoslaviei” (9th Călărași Regiment ”Queen Mărioara of Yugoslavia”).

 

Dedication on the back: Scumpului meu tăicuțel și tanti Maricel. Slt. Drăghia Mircea. 27.XII.1933

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Romanian officer in wonderful spiked helmet :flag_ro: What branch of service he served in?

 

Spiked leather helmets were worn by gendarmes and border guards, here you probably have a border guard sub-lieutenant in a M1912 gala uniform.

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Actually I had to buy two identical photos of that serviceman as each of them bore different dedications on the back... and I hate splitting lots :smile:

1. Sublo. Cocargeanu(?) G. // Dl. Locot. Popescu === Sub-lieutenant Cocargeanu(?) G.(this is the chap in the photo) // (for) Mr. Lieutenant Popescu

2. De la fratele Ghiță // Mitică Chiriac === From brother Ghiță (this is the chap in the photo) // Mitică Chiriac

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Уважаемые коллеги!

Что можно сказать о военных на этих 2-х фотографиях? Звания, род войск - меня интересует всё!

 

Dear Colleagues!

What can You say about officers on these 2 photos? Rank, branch of service - I'm interested in everything!

 

Фото 1. Офицер с дамой.

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И что по-поводу этого лейтенанта из г. Яссы? Как можно перевести надпись на фотографии?

And about this locotenent from Jassy? How can you translate the inscription on the photograph?

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And about this locotenent from Jassy? How can you translate the inscription on the photograph?

 

The images are pretty dark on my PC but I'll try...

"Se certifica, ca este fotogr [fotografia?]

L Ba?er comand?? 7[?] Reg. 22 ??

L Col. [?] Georgescu

 

It is certified that it is the photo

L Ba?er

Commander [?] ?? Regiment 22

Lieutenant Colonel [?] Georgescu

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